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The London Library

Archived: Senior Development Manager (Individual Giving)

Applications are invited for the post of Senior Development Manager (Individual Giving) to join our energetic fundraising team.  A key responsibility of the post will be curating and developing our patrons’ group, the Founders’ Circle, both in the UK and internationally, ensuring delivery of revenue fundraising targets, and excellent supporter engagement and stewardship.  The post-holder will also lead on the development and delivery of revenue appeals and regular giving campaigns, improving the effectiveness of individual giving communications and processes to maximize impact.

This is an exciting time to join The London Library. We are a significant way into our ambitious capital campaign, having completed Stage 1 with the refurbishment of the Library’s main Victorian reading room and the creation of a very warmly received Writers’ Room. The work to date has been greeted with much acclaim, winning RIBA London and National Awards for the architectural excellence of its design. We are now working to achieve Stage 2, the final phases of our plans, which will include the refurbishment of the older parts of our historic Grade II listed building, the construction of extra book stacks and the addition of a roof-top reading room, members’ refreshment room and terrace.

This position is ideal for an ambitious, pro-active individual with proven experience of recruiting and retaining individual supporters, who is looking for an opportunity to take the lead in this area and play a key role in capital and endowment campaigns.  Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent relationship-building skills with both internal and external parties, alongside a keen commitment to effective working practices, and a creative and analytical mind.

To apply

Please visit The London Library website for further information and to download a candidate information pack.


Closing date for applications: Wednesday 23 September (by 12 noon)

Interviews to be held the week of Monday 28 September